For Love and Honor by Jody Hedlund

At his mother’s request, Sir Bennet returns home to help his family. They are deeply in debt, and their situation has become dangerous as the people they owe threaten to attack and take everything. His mother feels the only way out is for Sir Bennet to marry a wealthy woman. Lady Sabine doesn’t consider herself […]

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The Outlaw’s Second Chance by Angie Dicken

For Cort Stanton and Aubrey Huxley, the Oklahoma Land Run is a chance for freedom. For Aubrey, it’s freedom from no-good father. For Cort, it’s freedom from a jail cell for a crime he didn’t commit. When they try to claim the same piece of land, Cort agrees to let Aubrey have it if she […]

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Forever and Forever by Josi S. Kilpack

Fanny Appleton is a lady of privilege. At nineteen years old, she is touring Europe when she meets Henry Longfellow, a recently widowed poet and author. He is drawn to Fanny. While she likes dancing and the social life her father’s accomplishments provides, she also enjoys language and the written word. Henry is quick to […]

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From This Moment by Elizabeth Camden

Romulus White has been pursuing Stella West for years. Her artistic talent has made her famous, and Romulus wants her work in his science magazine. Stella, however, has no desire to leave London, where she’s made a name for herself. Only the mysterious death of her sister, Gwendolyn, gets her to leave. She travels to […]

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Alyssa Palombo: Author Q&A + Giveaway

Historical novelist Alyssa Palombo, whose second novel The Most Beautiful Woman in Florence is out now, graciously agreed to answer a few questions on writing. You can read her answers here, and be sure to check out the giveaway at the end of the post. 1) What drew you to write about Simonetta Cattaneo? There […]

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The Silent Songbird by Melanie Dickerson

After the death of her parents, Evangeline is left in the care of her cousin, King Richard II. When she learns that the king has promised her as a wife to his advisor, Lord Shiveley, Evangeline runs away. Knowing that they will come after her, and that she is known for her beautiful singing voice, […]

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The Most Beautiful Woman in Florence by Alyssa Palombo

Simonetta Cattaneo knows she is beautiful. She has been told so all her life. So, when Marco Vespucci shows interest in marrying her she knows that is part of it, but she also finds in him a man who is not turned off by her love of literature and learning. She happily agrees to marry […]

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My Fair Gentleman by Nancy Campbell Allen

Jack Elliot grew up at sea, doing what he could to provide for his mother and sister after the death of his father. His fortune takes a turn when his grandfather, an Earl, names Jack as his heir. The problem? Jack must give up his dream of one day captaining his own ship and impress the aristocracy. […]

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A Lady in Disguise by Sandra Byrd

After burying her father, Miss Gillian Young discovers his death may not have been an accident as she had been led to believe. Instead of answers, clues bring more questions as it looks like her father, a well-respected police officer, may have been involved in serious crimes. When Gillian meets the charming Viscount Thomas Lockwood, […]

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The Captain Takes a Wife by Doris Durbin

As Captain Harry Richardson is boarding a train, he finds a woman in need of help. Sarah Franklin is running away from an arranged marriage, and she begs him to help her. When they are followed onto the train, the pair decide that getting married may make the people pursuing Sarah give up, but they […]

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Luther and Katharina by Jody Hedlund

In 1523, roughly five years after Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of a church in Wittenberg, Germany, the reformation of the Catholic Church is spreading. When the writings of Luther reach a group of nuns, sheltered in a convent for most of their lives, Sister Katharina leads their escape. Joining the […]

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Excitement for 2017

I know, it’s still too early to be thinking about next year, but I have good reason. On a whim, I decided to see if two novels I’ve been waiting for have been released. Both are available for pre-order! These are novels that I am hoping I will enjoy as much as I enjoyed their […]

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